Month: March 2020

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Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 27, № 2 (Spring 2020)

 Volume: 27 |  Issue: 2 |  Download

Stone and tile continue to play an important role in both residential and commercial applications. With such an assortment of sizes, colors, shapes and textures, these highly sought-after products meet the requirements for both form and function in all types of design styles. And to ensure that a stone or tile design looks exquisite, a successful installation is crucial. Using a proper spacing and leveling system is important. To learn more about what proper steps need to be taken in an installation, turn to page 38. Photo courtesy of Rust-Oleum.

Remodeling: Vol. 36, № 2 (March / April 2020)

 Volume: 36 |  Issue: 2 |  Download

As remodelers turn the corner on a new decade, design-build firms say goodbye to all-gray interiors and harsh contrast. This year's product roundup, focusing on kitchen, bath, and interior products, welcomes in bright splashes of color, a strong emphasis on nature, and plenty of technological sophistication.

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 37, № 3 (March 2020)

 Volume: 37 |  Issue: 3 |  Download

On the cover:
Vermont Danby marble not only added aesthetic value to the interior design of the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge in New York, but it was also a fitting choice in meeting LEED certification requirements. The material was quarried and processed by Vermont Quarries at its facility in Mendon, VT — only 270 miles from the jobsite. Turn to page 56 of this issue to read the full story

TILE Magazine: Vol. 17, № 2 (March 2020)

 Volume: 17 |  Issue: 2 |  Download

On the cover: Cerasarda introduces Mediterraneo Style, a project from Cabrioletstudio and Paolo Romani. Mediterraneo Style highlights the precious charm of glazed ceramics, including craquele effects and vitrified glazes, as well as the craftsmanship that goes into handmade products. There are more than 80 interior decorating proposals interpreting the Cerasarda collections. Sardinia, known for its hexagonal format, features an Azzurro Mare glaze, with a harmonious range of whites and blues, complemented by tonal decorations. The look obtained by mixing and matching colors is enchanting and original, ideal for any interior space.

Building Stone Magazine: Vol. 41, № 3 (Spring 2020)

 Volume: 41 |  Issue: 3 |  Download

Located in the heart of our country's capital at 1800 Eye Street, adjacent to the World Bank and only two blocks from the White House, stands the new DC headquarters of Arizona State University (ASU). Known as the Barrett & O'Connor Washington Center, it was named in honor of two significant women of history, Ambassador Barbara McConnell Barrett and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. The eight-story, 32,000-square-foot building was purportedly the first concrete and masonry residential building in DC, built more than 100 years ago, which was recently renovated using a variety of Las Vegas Rock, a rare metaquartzite that is quarried 15 miles from the Strip in Las Vegas, NV. To learn more about the extensive renovation, turn to page 42 of this issue of Building Stone.

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